Rehearsing at Fred Arter's house for an upcoming gig.
One of my sweet new students
My favorite wild roses in bloom this week and getting to talk to Emily for a little bit on the walk where I saw them for the first time this season.
Saturday was Westminster's Earth and Arts Festival. It was a fantastic day, looking at all the fantastic booths full of wonderful art, volunteering with Hope for Suffolk's plant sale, listening to great local bands play live music all day and finally playing with Old Myrtle Jam as the final group (till we got rained out :P)
Last Sunday playing with Sarah Cox and Mary Bender before Mary moves to CT. What a wonderful friend this woman has been!! I will miss her dearly...
The EP from one of the great bands that played on Saturday
Getting to watch one of my top five favorite movies again with Mum
The overwhelmingly wonderful fragrance of this first branch of honeysuckle filling the house as I wash up the dishes every evening this week
Tonight we went for sushi, took an exploring walk, stopped in at a little record shop, smelled lots of flowers, read historic signs in foreign accents and sauntered back to the church in time for a great bible study. On the ride over to Norfolk we got to start reading Supper of the Lamb together (which was so wonderful and hilarious) and on the way back we sang along to lots of favorite old Jazz standards and shared a late night milk shake as the spring rain pelted the roof of the truck.
The church where our BSF group meets
A riverside walk after dinner
So many roses to smell and benches to test in this lovely part of town